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Jevnaker

Hadeland Glassverk

Hadeland Glassverk is beautifully situated just an hour north of Oslo, in idyllic surroundings on the south bank of Lake Randsfjord. The glassworks wa...

Trondheim

Ringve Museum - Museum Shop

In the museum shop we offer a wide range of products related to music, botany and life on country estates. We have a good selection of literature and g...

Oslo

Mathallen Food Hall

Indoor food market where you can purchase high-quality products from Norwegian small-scale producers as well as special foreign imports. Stores and re...

Sandnes

Kvadrat

All you need and then some. 160 stores - 14 restaurants, drug store, bank, liquor store, free parking and in-house tourist information. Kvadrat is Nor...

Fåberg

H. Blindheimsvik village store

The Blindheimsvik village shop is a new meeting place in the open-air museum where you can enjoy shopping in historical surroundings.

Oslo

Friends Fair Trade

Scandinavia's largest assortment of Fairtrade products is found at Friends Fair Trade, "Norway's fairest and most environmentally friendly shop". Her...

Dirdal

Byrkjedalstunet Lys

Byrkjedalstunet Lys is rich on experiences. The premises of the candle shop are unique. Some parts of the shop show signs of it once being a dairy. Fur...

Sandefjord

Tourist Information

Make your visit to Sandefjord a memorable experience with help from Visit Sandefjord! You can order your guided tours here, charter bigger boats for tours on the fjord, get some good ideas on sightseeing in and around Sandefjord, receive help for the organising of greater events etc.
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